Aug 05, 2020

Can We Get an Injunction Against Ignorance? | Power Line

Many weeks back I wrote here about the polls from the 1990s in which a majority of Democrats favored repealing the Public Affairs Act of 1975 because Bill Clinton was said to recommended repeal, with the punch line being that there is no such thing as the Public Affairs Act of 1975. It was a contrivance of pollsters to check on public ignorance. Well, some merry pranksters at Oklahoma State

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